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Track

Questions

based on

Q.1

40 m/s

v = at where a = 0.5 m/sec2. Then the total

acceleration of the point at the moment when

it covered (1/10)th of the circle after

beginning of motion-

Q.2

30 m

30

T.V Camera

(D) 1 rad/sec

Q.6

average angular speed between 1 and 3 s is-

Q.3

(A) rad/s

(B) 11 rad/s

(C) 22 rad/s

Questions

based on

at a certain instant. The velocity of P is 8m/s

making an angle 30 with the line joining P

and Q and that of Q is 6m/s making an angle

30 with PQ as shown in the figure. Then

angular velocity of P with respect to Q is6 m/s

500m with a speed of 30m/sec. If its speed is

10 m

acceleration will be -

(A) 2 m/sec2

8 m/s

(A) Zero

(C) 0.4 rad/sec

(C) 2.7

Q.4

car

m/sec2

(D) 4

m/sec2

measured from the axis of rotation. If the fan

is rotating at 1200 r.p.m. The acceleration of

a point on the tip of the blade is about(A) 1600 m/sec2

Questions

based on

Q.7

30

30

Q

(D) 0.7 rad/sec

A particle of mass m is fixed to one end of a

light spring of force constant k and

unstretched length . The system is rotated

about the other end of the spring with an

angular velocity , in gravity free space. The

increase in length of the spring will be

k

Q.5

constant speed of 40 m/s. A T.V. camera men

is recording the event from a distance of 30m

directly away from the track as shown in

figure. In order to keep the car under view in

the position shown, the angular speed with

which the camera should be rotated, is-

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m2

k

(B)

(C)

m2

k m2

m2

k m2

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Q.8

making the height of the outer rail (h) higher

than that of the inner rail. The distance

between the rails is d. The radius of curvature

of the track is r(A)

mv2

towards centre

R

mv2

(B)

away from centre

R

mv2

(C)

along tangent

R

(D) zero

(A)

h v2

=

d rg

h v2

d rg

2

h v

(C) tan1 =

d rg

(D)

speed v. The centrifugal force on it is-

Q.12

h v2

=

r dg

shown in figure. The normal force by the

road on the car is NA and NB when it is at the

points A and B A

Q.9

vertical plane. The ball B has an area of

cross-section slightly smaller than that of the

tube, and can move without friction through

it. B is placed at A and displaced slightly. It

willA

B

(A) NA = NB

(B) NA > NB

(C) NA < NB

(D) insufficient information

Q.13

C

(A) always be in contact with the inner wall

of the tube

(B) always be in contact with the outer wall

of the tube

(C) initially be in contact with the inner wall

and later with the outer wall

(D) initially be in contact with the outer wall

and later with the inner wall

Q.10

Q.11

always normal to the direction of motion of

the particle. It is therefore inferred that(i) Its velocity is constant

(ii) It moves in a straight line

(iii) Its speed is constant

(iv) It moves in circular path

(A) i , iv (B) iii, iv (C) i, ii

(D) i, ii, iii

the same speed on three bridges. The car A

goes on plane bridge. B on a bridge convex

upwards and car C on a bridge concave

upwards. Let FA, FB and FC be the normal

forces exerted by the cars on the bridges

when they are at the middle of bridge (A) FA is maximum

(B) FB is maximum

(C) FC is maximum

(D) FA = FB = FC

Q.14

inertial frame of reference and is found to

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around in a vertical circle of radius r. What can

be the minimum speed at the top of the path if

water does not fall out from the bucket. If it

continues with this speed. What normal force

the bucket exerts on water at the lowest point of

path ?

(A)

Rg , 2mg

(B)

2Rg , 2mg

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(C)

3Rg , 3mg

(D)

Rg , 3mg

Q.15

is whirled in a vertical circle with constant

speed. What should be the minimum speed so

that the water from the bucket does not spill,

When the bucket is at the highest position (Take g = 10 m/sec2)

(A) 4 m/sec

(B) 6.25 m/sec

(C) 16 m/sec

(D) None of the above

Q.16

is 2, with it axis vertical and vertex

downwards, revolves about its axis n times

per second. Find distances from axis of

rotation where a particle may be placed on

the inner surface of cone so that it rotates

with same speed g sin

gcot

(A)

(B)

2 2

4 n

4 2 n 2

(C)

4 2 n 2

g

(D)

Q.19

bridge in the direction of its length is in the

form of circle of radius 8.9 metre, Then the

greatest speed at which the car can cross this

bridge without losing contact with the road at

its highest point, the centre of gravity of the

car being at a height h = 1.1 metre from the

ground is(Take g = 10 m/sec2 )

(A) 5 m/sec

(B) 10 m/sec

(C) 15 m/sec

(D) 20 m/sec

Q.20

angle with the horizontal. Considering a

small part of its path near the highest

position, the approximate radius of curvature

is given by R =..............................

gsin

4 2 n 2

Q.17

whirled in a vertical circle at a constant

speed. The speed of the stone is 4 m/sec. The

tension in the string will be 52N. when the

stone is(A) At the top of the circle

(B) At the bottom of the circle

(C) Half way down

(D) None of the above

Q18

A particle, moving

equal magnitudes

acceleration. The

meters) (A) 2

(C)

of linear and angular

diameter of path is (in

(B) 1

(D) 2

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EXERCISE # 2

Part-A

Q.1

questions)

to r

(B) tan1(r/v0) in the plane perpendicular

curvature between A and B (curve AB =

100m) with a steady speed 72 km/hr. If angle

between tangent at point A and B is 45 then

magnitude of acceleration of car between A

and B is -

100 m

to r

(D) Varying with time

Q.4

if it is placed at a distance of 4 cm from the

centre. If the angular velocity of the turntable

is doubled, it will just slip at a distance of (A) 1 cm (B) 2 cm (C) 4 cm (D) 8 cm

Q.5

is suspended from the ceiling of a car used in

a stunt film shooting. The car moves up

along an inclined cliff at a speed v and makes

a jump to leave the cliff and lands at some

distance. Let R be the maximum height of

the car from the top of cliff. The tension in

the string when the car is in air is -

45

(D) 6.28 m/s2

(A) Zero

(C) 31.4 m/s2

Q.2

angular amplitude of 90 as shown in the

following figure . For what value of is the

acceleration directed O

B

B

(B) mg

(A) mg

C

A

(i) Vertically upwards (ii) Horizontally

(iii) Vertically downwards

(A) 0,cos1(1/ 3 ),90

(C) mg +

Q.6

(C) cos1(1/ 3 ),0,90

mv2

R

B

An open merry-go-round rotates at an angular

velocity . A person stands in it at a distance r

from the rotational axis. It is raining and

raindrops fall vertically with a velocity v0. The

person should hold an umbrella to protect

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(D) zero

inclined wall as shown in figure. At the

instant when the speed of end A is v, speed of

B is-

Q.3

mv2

R

v cos

(A)

cos

(C)

v sin

cos

A

v sin

(B)

sin

(D)

v cos

cos

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Q.7

inextensible string of length 10/3 metre is

whirling in a vertical circle. If the ratio of

maximum tension to minimum tension in the

string is 4, then speed of stone at highest

point of the circle is(A) 20 m/s

[g = 10 m/s2]

(B) 103 m/s

(C) 52 m/s

(D) 10 m/s

Q.10

Q.11

Q.8

circular hoop having centre at C and radius

r = 1m which rotates about a fixed vertical

axis. The coefficient of friction between bead

and hoop is = 0.5. The maximum angular

speed of the hoop for which the bead does not

have relative motion with respect to hoop.

A stone is thrown horizontally with a velocity

of 10m/sec. Find the radius of curvature of it's

trajectory at the end of 3 sec after motion

began

(A) 10 10 m

(B) 100 10 m

(C) 10 m

(D) 100 m

wire with its axis vertical and vertex at the

origin as shown in figure and whose equation

is x2 = 4ay. The wire frame is fixed and the

bead can slide on it without friction. The bead

is released from the point y = 4a on the wire

frame from rest. The tangential acceleration

of the bead when it reaches the position given

by y = a is y

m

45

m

(A)

Q.12

1/ 2

Q.9

1/ 2

(A) (5 2 )

(B) (10 2 )

point A on the surface of a fixed smooth

hemisphere of radius r as shown. The particle

looses its contact with hemisphere at point B.

C is centre of the hemisphere. The equation

relating and is

A

B

r

C

(A) 3 sin = 2 cos

(B) 2 sin = 3 cos

(C) 3 sin = 2 cos

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(B)

3g

2

(C)

(D)

g

5

perpendicular to the disc at the circumference

which in turn has a pendulum of length R

attached to its other end as shown in figure.

The disc is rotated with a constant angular

velocity . The string is making an angle 30

with the rod. Then the angular velocity of

disc is

R

30

R

1/ 2

3g

(A)

R

1/ 2

3g

(B)

2R

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1/ 2

Q.13

1/ 2

2g

g

(C)

(D)

3 3R

3R

Two cars having masses m1 and m2 move in

(C) mg <

Part-B

the circle in equal time. The ratio of their

Q.14

Q.15

m1

m2

(B)

r1

r2

(C)

Q.20

motion about the origin sweeps out equal area

in equal times(A) velocity remains constant

(B) speed remains constant

(C) acceleration remains constant

(D) tangential acceleration remains constant

Q.21

circular path of radius r. At an instant its

speed is v and is increasing at a rate a (A) the acceleration of the car is towards the

centre of the path

(B) the magnitude of the frictional force on

the car is greater than mv2/R

(C) the friction coefficient between the

ground and the car is not less than a/g

(D) the friction coefficient between the

ground and the car is = tan1v2/Rg

Q.22

speed of v = 40 km/h. A car of mass m

attempts to go on the circular road. The

friction coefficient between the tyre and the

road is negligible. Then(A) the car cannot make a turn without

skidding

(B) if the car turn at a speed less than 40

km/h, it will slip down.

(C) if the car turn at the correct speed of

40 km/h the force by the road on the car

is equal to mv2/r

with a 20 cm long string tied to it. If

centripetal acceleration is 9.8 m/s2, then its

angular velocity will be(A) 7 rad/s

(B) 22/7 rad/s

(C) 49 rad/s

(D) 14 rad/s

Q.16

radius R. The driver maintain a constant

speed. As the motorcycle is ascending on the

over bridge, the normal force on it (A) increases

(B) decreases

(C) remains same

(D) fluctuates

Q.17

simple pendulum oscillating in a vertical

plane. If the mass of the bob is m. The

tension in the string is mg cos (A) always

(B) never

(C) at extreme position (D) at mean position

Q.18

circle with a string attached to it. The water

does not fall down even when the bucket is

inverted at the top of its path. We conclude

that(A) mg =

mv2

R

(B) mg >

answer type questions

following quantities may remain constant

during the motion(A) speed

(B) velocity

(C) acceleration

(D) magnitude of acceleration

m1r1

(D) 1

m 2 r2

and takes 2 s to reach its final rotation rate of

33.5 rpm; the angular acceleration is(A) 1.75 rad/s2

(B) 1.25 rad/s2

(C) 2 rad/s2

(D) 1 rad/s2

Q.19

mv2

R

mv2

R

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40 km/h, the force by the road on the car

is greater than mg as well as greater than

mv2/r

Q.23

responses.

(A) If both Assertion and Reason are true and

Assertion.

(B) If both Assertion and Reason are true but

speed v.

Assertion.

towards centre

(D) the resultant of the other forces varies in

Q.25

vertical components of normal reaction

provides the necessary centripetal force.

Q.24

for turning.

speed. A ball of mass m is suspended by a

Q.26

Assertion

The

tendency

of

Reason : tan =

v2

Rg

L

T

m

Q.27

(A) T sin =

m2L(1

+ sin)

(B) T cos = mg

(C) tan =

length 'R'. It is given a velocity u = 3 Rg .

Match the following

L(1 sin )

g

2

C

D

B

A

Column-I

The following questions consists of two

statements each, printed as Assertion and

Column-II

(A) Velocity at B

(P) 7 mg

(B) Velocity at C

(Q)

5gR

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(C) Tension at B

(R)

(D) Tension at C

(S) 4 mg

Q.28

7gR

velocity 10 m/s at its lowest point. Mass of

the bob is 1 kg and string length is 1 m.

Column I

(A) Minimum tension

in string (in Newton)

(B) Magnitude of

acceleration of bob

when the string is

horizontal (in m/s2)

Q.29

Column - II

(P) 50

road is 30. Coefficient of friction between

road and tyres is =

1

2 3

. Match the

following:

(Q) 60

Column-I

acceleration of bob

(in m/s2)

(D) Tangential acceleration (S) 10

Column-II

(P) 5 2

(B) Minimum speed (in m/s) of

car for safe turning

(Q) 12.50

65

(in m/s2)

210

is zero

(D) Friction force (in 102 Newton) (S)

350

3

speed is

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EXERCISE # 3

Part-A Subjective Type Questions

Q.1

Q.2

Q.7

rotated about the handle at a uniform rate of

21 revolutions in 44 s. If the rim of the

umbrella is circle 1 metre in diameter and the

height of the rim above the floor is 1.5 m,

find where the drops of water spun off the rim

and hit the floor.

A man whirls a stone around his head on the

end of a string 4 metre long. If the stone has a

mass of 0.4 kg and the string will break if the

tension in it exceeds 8 N, what is the smallest

angle the string can make with the horizontal?

What is the speed of the stone ? (g = 10 m/s2)

Q.3

radius 1.5 m and 2 m above the ground by

means of a string. The string breaks and the

stone flies off horizontally, striking the

ground 10 m away. What is the centripetal

acceleration during circular motion ?

Q.4

is whirled in a vertical circle of radius R. Find

the minimum speed the stone can have at the

highest point of the circle.

Q.5

a string of length 1 m and breaking strength

500 N, and is whirled in a horizontal circle on

a frictionless table top. The other end of the

string is kept fixed. Find the maximum speed

the stone can attain without breaking the

string.

Q.6

the end of horizontal rotating arm of length 5

m. If he can withstand acceleration up to 9 g,

what is the maximum number of revolutions

per second permissible ? Take g = 10 m/s2

motion of a particle and 'finds' it to take its

place along the circumference of a circle of

radius 'R' with a uniform angular speed .

The axle is moving with a uniform speed 'v'

relative to the ground. How will an observer

on the ground describe the motion of the

same point.

Q. 8

of 200 m. The track is so designed that when

a car travels at a speed of 100 kilometer per

hour, the force between the automobile and

the track is normal to the surface of track.

Find the angle of the bank.

Q. 9

he approaches a circular turn on the road of

radius 80 m, he applies brakes and reduces his

speed at the constant rate of 0.5 ms1 every

second. What is the magnitude and direction of

the net acceleration of the cyclist on the circular

turn ?

Q.10

speed on an over bridge which is in the form

of a circular arc of radius R and has a total

length L. Suppose the motorcycle starts from

the highest point. (a) What can its maximum

velocity be for which contact with road is not

broken at the highest point ? (b) If the

1

motorcycle goes at speed

times the

2

maximum found in part (a). Where will it lose

the contact with the road ? (c) What

maximum uniform speed can it maintain on

the bridge if it does not lose contact anywhere

on the bridge ?

Q.11

10 m/s. Find the radius of curvature of its

trajectory in 3 second after the motion began.

Disregard the resistance of air.

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Q.12

Q.13

ceiling of a car taking a turn of radius 10 m at

a speed of 36 km/h. Find the angle made by

the string of the pendulum with the vertical if

this angle does not change during the turn.

Take g = 10 m/s2.

Q.17

smooth surface of vertical cylinder of radius

R. Find the force with which the particle acts

on the cylinder wall if at the initial moment of

time its velocity equals v0 and forms an angle

projected horizontally with speed g , find

Q.15

Q.16

about its axis of symmetry which is kept

vertical. A small block is kept in the bowl at a

position where the radius makes angle with

the vertical. The block rotates with the bowl

without any slipping. The frictional

coefficient between the block and the bowl is

. Find the range of angular speed for which

the block will not slip.

A table with smooth horizontal surface is fixed

in a cabin that rotates with a uniform angular

velocity in a circular path of radius R. A

smooth groove AB of length L<<R is made on

the surface of the table. The groove makes an

angle with the radius OA of the circle in

which the cabin rotates. A small particle is

kept at the point A in the groove and is

released to move along AB. Find the time

taken by the particle to reach the point B.

placed in a cabin which moves in a circle of a

large radius R. A smooth pulley of small

radius is fastened to the table. Two masses of

m and 2m are placed on the table connected

through a string going over the pulley.

Initially the masses were at rest. Find the

magnitude of the initial acceleration of the

masses as seen from the cabin and the tension

in the string.

the speed of the particle and the inclination of

the string to the vertical at the instant of the

motion when the tension in the string is equal

to the weight of the particle.

Q.14

m1

m2

Q.18

horizontal circle of radius R such that normal

acceleration of particle varies with time as

an = Kt2, where K is a constant. Calculate

(i) tangential force on particle at time t

(ii) total force on particle at time t

(iii) power developed by total force at time t

and

(iv) average power developed by total force

over first t second

Q.19

translate in a straight line with a constant

acceleration a. A particle kept on the top of

the sphere is released from there at zero

velocity with respect to the sphere. Find the

speed of the particle with respect to the

sphere as a function of the angle it slides.

Q.20

length and radius R is rotating with angular

velocity about its own axis in a gravity free

space. Find the tension in the ring.

Q.21

with velocity at an instant v and the tangential

acceleration is a. Find the net acceleration of

the particle.

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Q.22

on a smooth horizontal table and is set

rotating about its own axis in such a way that

each part of the ring moves with speed v.

Find the tension in the ring.

Q.23

radius R the speed is increasing at a constant

rate

Q.26

block ?

(A) g

(B) g

(C) v2/R

(D) v2/R

Q.27

of time t ?

1

1

t

t

1

1

(A)

=

+

(B)

=

v0

v 0 2R

2R

v

v

dv

= a. The friction coefficient is . Find

dt

(C)

Q.24

Q.25

ruler. The friction coefficient between the

ruler and block is . The ruler is fixed at one

end and the block is at a distance L from the

fixed end. The ruler is rotated about the fixed

end in the horizontal plane through a fixed

end. Find the maximum angular speed for

which block will slip.

A particle starts sliding down a curved

surface of radius R from position A as shown

in the figure. At position B it breaks-off, find

the value of

A

B

Q.28

1

t

1

=

+

v0

R

v

(D)

1

t

1

=

v0

R

v

of distance x travelled on the circumference ?

(A) v = v0 e

2

x

R

(B) v = v0 e

x

R

x

(C) v = v0 1 e R (D) v = v0

In a rotor, a hollow vertical cylindrical structure

rotates about its axis and a person rests against the

inner wall. At a particular speed of the rotor, the

floor below the person is removed and the person

hangs resting against the wall without any floor. If

the radius of the rotor is 2m and the coefficient of

static friction between the wall and the person is

0.2. Find the following parameters and relations.

R

R

fs

N

mg

Passage-I (Question 26 to 28)

A block of mass m moves on a horizontal circle

against the wall of a cylindrical room of radius R.

The floor of the room on which the block moves

is smooth but the friction coefficient between the

block and the side wall is . The block is given

initial velocity v0. Then answer the following

Q.29

be the reaction of wall, then (A) N = mg

(B) N =

mv2

(C) N = (mg)

Q.30

questions.

must have (A) mg = N

(B) fs = mg

(C) N = mg

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r

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Q.31

(C) v =

g

r

(B) v =

rg

(D) v =

g

r

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EXERCISE # 4

Old IIT-JEE Objective type questions

Q.1

Q.3

slide its length and initially placed at a

distance L from one end A of the rod. The rod

is set in angular motion about A with constant

very slowly (see the figure). The coefficient

of friction between the insect and the surface

is 1/3. If the line joining the centre of the

hemispherical surface to the insect makes an

angle with the vertical, the maximum

possible value of is given by -

friction between the rod and the bead is ,

and gravity is neglected, then the time after

which the bead starts slipping is -

[IIT -2001]

[IIT- 2000]

A

L

(A)

(C)

/

1

(B) /

Q.4

(D) infinitesimal

(A) cot = 3

(B) tan = 3

(C) sec = 3

(D) cosec = 3

damping. When the displacement of the bob

is less then maximum, its acceleration vector

a is correctly shown in -

Q.2

tracks as shown below. Each of the tracks

rises to the same height. The speed with

which the block enters the track is the same

in all cases. At the highest point of the track,

the normal reaction is maximum in -

(A)

[IIT- 2002]

[IIT -2001]

(B)

(A)

(B)

v

(C)

(C)

v

(D)

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(D)

Q.5

path of constant radius r such that its centripetal

acceleration ac is varying with time t as

ac = k2 rt2, where k is a constant. The power

delivered to the particle by the forces acting

on it is [IIT-1994]

Q.6

Q.7

(D) zero

in a vertical circle with the other end of the

string at the centre. At a certain instant of

time, the stone it at its lowest position, and

has a speed u. The magnitude of the change in

its velocity as it reaches a position where the

string is horizontal is

[IIT -1998]

(A)

u 2 2gL

(B)

2gL

(C)

u 2 gL

(D)

2(u 2 gL)

of a string having length (L) 0.5 m. The ball is

rotated on a horizontal circular path about

vertical axis. The maximum tension that the

string can bear is 324 N. The maximum

possible value of angular velocity of ball (in

radian/s) is[IIT-2011]

L

m

(A) 9

(B) 18

(C) 27

(D) 36

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EXERCISE #5(ARCHIVES)

AB, its velocity is horizontal. Find u.

[IIT-1999]

A

O

Q.1

50m/s at an angle with the horizontal. At

the highest point of its trajectory, it collides

head-on with a bob of mass 3M suspended

by a massless string of length 10/3 metres and

gets embedded in the bob. After the collision

the string moves through an angle of 120.

Find

[IIT-1988]

(i) the angle ,

(ii) the vertical and horizontal co-ordinates of

the initial position of the bob with respect

to the point of firing of the bullet. (Take

L/8

L

u

B

Q.4

g = 10m/s2)

Q.2

rotating about its own axis (which is vertical)

with a constant angular velocity of 0.1 rad/s.

The spot of light P moves along the wall at a

distance of 3 m. The velocity of spot P when

= 45 is [IIT-1987]

102 kg on the frictionless inner surface of the

bowl is also rotating with same . The

particle is at a height h from the bottom of the

bowl.

[IIT-1993]

(a) Obtain the relation between h and . What

is the minimum value of needed in order to

have a non-zero value of h ? (b) It is desired

to measure g using this set up, by measuring h

accurately. Assuming that r and are known

precisely, and that the least count in the

measurement of h is 104 m. What is the

minimum possible error g in the measured

h=3m

(C) 0.6 m/s

Q.5

Q.3

point O by an inextensible massless string

of length L . A vertical line AB is at a

distance L/8 from O as shown in figure.

The object is given a horizontal velocity u.

At some point, its motion ceases to be

circular and eventually the object passes

through line AB. At the instant of crossing

Q.6

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brought to a horizontal position and released.

The angular velocity of the rod when it is in

vertical position is [IIT- 1990]

(A) 2g / L

(B)

3g / L

(C)

(D)

g/L

g / 2L

of radius 10 m with a constant speed of 10

m/s. A plumb bob is suspended from the roof

of the car by a light rigid rod of length 1.0 m.

The angle made by the rod with the track is

[IIT-19 92]

(A) Zero

(B) 30

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(C) 45

Q.7

(D) 60

(C)

0

3

(D)

0

4

an incompressible liquid of mass M and

Q.10

kept on the seat which rests against the plate.

[IIT - 1992]

(A) ML 2 /2

(B) ML 2

(C) ML 2 /4

(D) ML22 /2

the angle between the normal to the plate and

Q.8

on the plate.

and k are positive constants. At the moment t

= 0, the angle = 0. Find the time

block

plate

(A) K. oe kt

(B)

0 kt

[e ]

K

(C)

0

[1ekt]

K

(D)

K

[ ekt 1]

0

Q.11

smoothly with the circular part. A particle of

bottom. (a) Find the minimum projection

speed v0 for which the particle reaches the top

Q.9

||=k

angular velocity is 0, then mean angular

velocity of the body averaged over the whole

only slightly greater than v0, where will the

block loose contact with the track ?

(B)

0

2

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Q.12

a light inextensible string of length 2a, the

other end of which is attached to a fixed

point P. The particle is projected horizontally

from the point 2a below P with speed v. As it

comes in level with P, a peg distant a from P

catches the string. In the subsequent motion,

the particle can just describe a full circle

about Q. Find v. (see figure).

O'

P

a

2a

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ANSWER KEY

EXERCISE # 1

Q.No.

Ans.

Q.No.

Ans.

20.

1

D

16

A

2

B

17

B

3

C

18

A

4

B

19

B

5

D

6

D

7

B

8

B

9

C

10

B

11

D

12

C

13

C

14

A

15

A

11

C

12

D

13

D

14

A

15

A

u 2 cos2

g

EXERCISE # 2

PART-A

Q.No.

Ans.

Q.No.

Ans.

1

B

16

A

2

A

17

C

3

B

18

C

4

A

5

D

6

D

7

C

8

D

9

C

10

B

PART-B

Q.No.

19

20

21

22

B,C

23

24

PART-C

25. (D)

26. (A)

PART-D

27. A R ; B Q ; C P ; D S

29. A R ; B P ; C S ; D Q

28. A P ; B S ; C Q ; D R

EXERCISE # 3

PART-A

1.

3. 163.3 m/s2

4.

5. 22.36 m/s

Rg

6. 0.675 rev/s

8. 2129'

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10.(a)

Rg

(b) a distance

R

along the bridge from the highest point (c)

3

11. 306.08 m

13. N =

gR cos(L / 2R )

12. 45

m (V0 cos) 2

R

g

3

14. v =

1/ 2

g(sin cos

15.

R sin (cos sin )

1/ 2

g(sin cos)

to

R sin (cos sin )

2 R 4

, m2R

3

3

2L

2 R cos

16.

18. (i) m KR

(ii) m K(R Kt 4 )

20. R

v2

21. a 2

R

24.

17.

g

L

(iii) mKRt

22.

(iv)

1

mKRt

2

mv2

2R

25. cos1(2/3)

PART-B

Q.No.

26

27

28

29

30

31

Ans.

EXERCISE # 4

Q.No.

Ans.

1

A

2

A

3

A

4

C

5

B

6

D

7

D

EXERCISE # 5

1. (i) = 30, (ii) The desired coordinates are (108.25 m, 31.25 m)

3

4. (C)

5. (B)

6. (C)

(4 3 3 )

gL

3. u =

2

7. (A)

8. (C)

1/ 2

9. (C)

11. (a)

R

(c) The radius through the particle makes an angle cos1 (2/3) with the vertical.

12. v =

7ag

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